Law Grad Studies events
Population Biobanking, Autonomy and the Duty to Inform: Streamlining Access to Data while Protecting Participants
The McGill Research Group on Health and Law (RGHL) invites you to its second annual Seminar on Health and Law with RGHL member Ma’n H. Zawati. A light lunch will be served at 12h15.
McGill Dispute Resolution Lecture with Mark Luz, Counsel, Trade Law Bureau, Department of Foreign Affairs & International Trade, Canada, who will discuss the role of counsel in international investment treaty arbitration.
"Why does the Ferguson Discussion in the States Matter so Much to Black Canadians?" Annie Macdonald Langstaff Workshop with Joanne St. Lewis
For Black History Month, join us for an Annie Macdonald Langstaff (AML) Workshop with Professor Joanne St
Facilitating Mobility, Fostering Diversity: The Challenges of Contemporary Migration Policies in a Free-Trade Context
Mobility for employment reasons has been liberalized in the WTO/GATS, but also in free trade and economic partnership agreements, while bilateral migration agreements have so far rather been used to regulate flanking measures, lik
We cordially invite you to the 2015 Wainwright Lecture, Les luttes de clocher en droit comparé, to be delivered by Professor Giorgio Resta, University of Bari (Italy). A reception will follow.